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Men’s lacrosse faced off against the seventh-ranked Rutgers University Scarlet Knights on Saturday to continue Big Ten Conference play. Hopkins entered the game ranked 14th in the nation, so they were hoping to put up a good fight.
As Women’s History Month comes to a close, I want to celebrate the many sportswomen who fearlessly break down barriers for women and girls around the world. The striking disparities at the NCAA Division-I Basketball Tournament this past weekend are a painful yet unsurprising reminder of the ongoing fight against gender inequality in all levels of athletic competition.
This past Saturday, the Hopkins men’s and women’s tennis teams hosted the Franklin and Marshall Diplomats in the season opener.
Baseball returned to Babb Field as the Blue Jays made their season debut against the Franklin and Marshall College Diplomats. A matchup between the top two teams in the Centennial Conference according to a preseason poll, the Jays failed to defend home turf after over a year without playing together.
The Blue Jays lost an absolute heartbreaker to the University of Maryland (UMD) Terrapins in overtime with a final score of 9-8. The game was as close as the score was, and even in the loss there were a couple of individual standout performances.
The Dallas Cowboys have signed franchise quarterback Dak Prescott to a four-year $160 million extension worth an average of $40 million per year.
The men’s lacrosse team faced the Pennsylvania State University Nittany Lions at Homewood Field last weekend. Having lost their previous game against the University of Maryland, the Jays came out with a chip on their shoulders.
NBA All-Star Weekend is one of the most exciting times to watch basketball. Usually, the events are thrilling. The Skills Challenge and the Three-Point Contest are both extremely competitive and unpredictable in their results. Entertaining and unforced, the All-Star Celebrity Game features famous personalities who surprise fans with their athletic abilities. The Rising Stars Challenge displays the future superstars of the league, and the NBA All-Star Game is the main event for obvious reasons.
It is March, and for many sports fans that means one thing: college basketball. The NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, often referred to as March Madness, is one of the most anticipated sports events of the year, and it has finally arrived. Due to COVID-19, the entire tournament will be held in Indiana with most games taking place in Indianapolis. Games begin March 18, and the tournament will run until April 5, when the championship game will be held.
After a year without competition, men’s and women’s fencing returned last weekend.
In a press release from the Centennial Conference on March 5, the Presidents Council announced its plans for the return of sports such as baseball, softball, men’s and women’s tennis, men’s and women’s track and field and more. For the first time in almost a year, teams are getting back on their respective fields and courts to participate in varsity sports.
With Liverpool, Paris Saint-Germain, Borussia Dortmund and Porto already qualified for the quarterfinals, only four matches remain in the Champions League round of 16.
The men’s lacrosse team took on the University of Maryland Terrapins on March 6. The game started off fairly even, and then the Terrapins broke loose in the third quarter, scoring nine unanswered goals through early into the fourth quarter.
It is the job of the media to stir up controversy, make assumptions or pressure athletes for answers about their future plans, but at least in the case of Tiger Woods — they should stop.
The women’s lacrosse team headed to Columbus, Ohio to play a pair of games against the 24th-ranked Ohio State Buckeyes over the weekend. After starting the season 0-3, the Blue Jays were desperate for a victory. Both games were incredibly close, ending by a margin of just a single point.
The NBA is the only major sport to have a notable player as its logo. Jerry West is currently the man on every stadium, every jersey, every T-shirt and every press release made by the NBA. It is an amazingly unique position to be in as a former player, and it is also a symbol of how the NBA is incredibly player-centered.
The first leg of the 2021 Champions League was historic for many reasons. For the first time in history, seven out of the eight matches resulted in losses for the home teams. The only team that managed to win at home was Porto, who scored once at the beginning of each half before allowing Juventus to squeeze in a late goal in the 82nd minute.
After starting the season with an 0-1 record, the women’s lacrosse team faced a pair of games against the Northwestern Wildcats this weekend. Northwestern is ranked fourth nationally, while the Blue Jays have found themselves unranked.
Coming off a loss against Ohio State University last week, the Hopkins men’s lacrosse team traveled to Ann Arbor, Mich. for Big 10 conference action against the University of Michigan Wolverines.